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English Language Camp Ireland
About English Language Camp Ireland
English Summer Camp - Teenagers aged 12 to 17
Teenage students come from all over the world to learn English and have fun!
Irish teenagers attend activities and live in the school so students speak English at all times
All staff are native English speakers
Located next to one of Ireland's most beautiful lakes
3 hours of English tuition daily
Exciting activities every afternoon including horse-riding, Ziplines, Surfing and other Water sports, Volleyball and many more.
Evenings are spent together with students, staff and Irish teenagers, quiz nights, Talent shows, Lip Sync battles,movie-nights or table-tennis competitions!
Unique weekend excursion! A camping trip in the Irish countryside
June 24th to August 5th 2018
- Table tennis
- Water sports
- Airport/Station transfer
- Cultural tourism (theater, museum, etc.)
- Local cultural events (festivals, etc.)
- Art / Painting
- Student Residence
English Summer Courses
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This course is for students aged: 12-17
Location Type: Rural/Countryside, Mountains
Levels: Upper Intermediate, Advanced, Basic, Intermediate
Class Sizes: Medium, 6-10 students
Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk
English plus activities for Teenagers aged 12 to 17
Students attend 3 hours of English tuition each morning followed by afternooon activities including horse-riding, surfing, ziplines, kayaking, cookery lessons, volleyball and many more.
Evening activities are more relaxed and include English movie nights, talent shows, quiz nights, Lip Sync battles, and more...
Accommodation is in the school which is located next to the beautiful lake and mountains of Ballinafad.
Our chef cooks 3 nutritious meals daily.
Irish teenagers also live in the school and attend activities to make it a genuine and immersion filled experience for the students
The weekend excursion is a camping trip where students help each other to put up tents and cook the evening meal!
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